Led by Mary Beth Ferrante and Ali Caravella, millennial mothers with 25+ years of experience, WRK/360 positions organizations to break the weak culture cycle that perpetuates burnout and caregiver stigma, costing organizations millions of dollars in turnover, lost productivity, and unused benefits.
25+ years of experience in HR leadership and corporate strategy, change and project management, T&D, and professional leadership coaching.
Combining strategy and process with a deep understanding of the state of caregiving and women in the workplace to transform cultures to care for their employees.
Models vulnerability to build trust demonstrating the power of empathetic leadership and a human touch.
Committed to change that is measurable, scalable, and sustainable through a deeply democratic process.
Mary Beth Ferrante is a mom of 2 and advocate for creating inclusive workplaces for parents. She is the Founder & Managing Partner of WRK/360, a platform designed to create workplace cultures that care through scalable leadership development programs that promote flexible work, empathetic leadership, and breaking down parental bias. As a former SVP in the finance industry, she always valued growing her career and like so many other career-driven mamas, she was surprised to hit the Maternal Wall. Her own experience propelled her to dive deeper into maternal bias, to influence changes to workplace culture, and to advocate for a national paid leave policy. Her work has been featured in Forbes, Today, CNBC, Working Mother, FairyGodBoss, ScaryMommy, and more.
Ali Caravella is a mom of 2, executive coach, and human capital consultant dedicated to helping organizations support, engage, and retain women in the workforce. As a former Head of HR and management consultant, Ali is keenly aware of the power of successful people strategies as well as the immense deficits organizations face without them. She is a certified change management professional and helps organizations and individuals adapt, transform, and thrive during today’s unprecedented times. Ali received her degree in Mathematics from Vanderbilt University and uses an analytical and fact-based approach to solve business challenges.